Though Tessa is probably relieved to be, well, relieved from her duties as my photographer – I have been missing her and her skills. It was kind of nice to just hand the camera to her and not have to rely on my tripod and [poorly hidden] remote all the time. Plus, we had a lot of fun goofing around and being awesome. It’s my duty as her older sister to embarrass her as much as possible. It’s something that comes naturally to me, but luckily she’s a good sport about it. Although, I do recall her looking over at me and saying, “You should be on that show ‘Disaster Date!'” which can only mean one thing…she’s secretly in cahoots with Peter. I can’t even remember what I was doing at that point, but I’m sure it was something awesome.
schoolboy blazer – thrifted
sweater – thrifted
jeans – courtesy of IndiDenim, though I altered them into skinny jeans
heels – cheap and uncomfortable (sorry mom, I know you spent a lot of money on these feet)
sunglasses – courtesy of Coach
In other news, since the horses were a hit (and how could they not be?), I decided to add some gratuitous kitty pictures. Meet my number one kitty, Puppy*. He’s a Polydactyl (or Hemingway, if you prefer), and he’s going to be 21 this year. He is the coolest cat on the planet – even people who hate cats love Puppy. Maybe it has something to do with his name?
*I named him Puppy. It was inspired by a book, “A Dog Called Kitty” – anyone remember that?